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ohiojim

10-11-2018 05:32:43




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seemed to have quit a bit of slack in the flywheel, pulled one of the rod caps "both had lots of play" what should the rod journal mike at...i came up with 2.740...are these insert or babbit ?? couldn't find any sign of insert. anyone have a source for a manual on this tractor..1950 b styled




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Pete in MD

10-11-2018 07:31:46




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 Re: more on the b deere in reply to ohiojim, 10-11-2018 05:32:43  
The service manual is SM-2004.



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ohiojim

10-11-2018 06:57:59




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 Re: more on the b deere in reply to ohiojim, 10-11-2018 05:32:43  
are the rod inserts from a 50 a direct replacement or is machining required ?????



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used red mn

10-11-2018 10:30:07




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 Re: more on the b deere in reply to ohiojim, 10-11-2018 06:57:59  
Iím not a 2 cylinder Deere guy but from my common engine knowledge and how I read the reply by Steve the complete 50 rods would need to be installed which are originally designed to fit insert type rod bearings.



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steve_in_mo

10-11-2018 05:50:43




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 Re: more on the b deere in reply to ohiojim, 10-11-2018 05:32:43  
They were originally babbit bearings but could be refitted with insert-bearing rods from a 50.



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Richard G.

10-11-2018 05:40:03




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 Re: more on the b deere in reply to ohiojim, 10-11-2018 05:32:43  
This site sells manuals under JD parts.
Richard in NW SC



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